The dress is Stem brand, which, from what I gather from the interwebs, is organic cotton and made in Canada. Which is awesome, because I didn't know that when I bought it for $10 at Crossroads over a year ago. Purchasing used ethically-made clothing is like a double-score. I don't pay the high prices and no one is treated unfairly while making my clothes!
|Autumn in the garden|
The necklace was found in a bag on the sidewalk. The brown leggings I've had forever and don't remember where I got them or how much they cost.
The lace peaking out from the top of the dress is my all-time favorite undergarment a cami-bra!
"Is that a lacy tank top or part of the dress?" people ask.
"Nope it's my bra!" I proudly proclaim. A lot of times people don't even ask, so I have to just tell them.
This en-genius undergarment minimizes distracting cleavage and eliminates bunching undershirts and extra layers. I have one in cream and black.
|Cami-bra, found necklace and Bluebell earrings|